Sewing Pattern Twinkle Lights

February 24th, 2009


I was searching for Crepe Paper Crafts over the weekend and stumbled onto this beautiful tutorial for Sewing Pattern Twinkle Lights over at Everyday Beauty. The simplicity and charm of these took my breath away. These lovelies are made with old fabric patterns and white christmas lights. Good thing I just happen to collect fabric patterns – I knew they would come in handy some day! I can’t wait to find an excuse to make a garland of my own. Be sure to check out the full post for complete instructions.


11 Responses to “Sewing Pattern Twinkle Lights”

  1. LEL Says:

    This is so simple and gorgeous. I have always wanted to paint my bathroom a dark navy and cover the walls in vintage sewing patterns. You may have just given me the nudge to do it.


  2. faryle Says:

    What a wonderful idea! I think I see a weekend project in my future.

  3. suann Says:

    this is so lovely!

    i’ve been enjoying your blog lately … lovely posts!

  4. Aysem Oztas Says:

    Wonderful.. I try it…

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  6. paula Says:

    how lovely… i may have to try it with all the patterns i do not love.

  7. Laura Says:

    I love this idea! Unfortunately, I don’t have any old sewing patterns lying around…could I make this work with unbleached coffee filters you think?

  8. Kathleen Says:

    I bet coffee filters would be equally as pretty! Great idea 🙂

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    I found your blog on google and read a few of your other posts. I just added you to my Google News Reader. Keep up the good work. Look forward to reading more from you in the future.

  11. Heidi Says:

    Thanks for sharing. This is a lovely idea!